Here is an up-to-date schedule for the full Celebrating Bletchley Park weekend. Click on a the little ticket symbol OxbofficeTM70_v1 to buy a ticket for that particular talk, or click HERE for all ticketing options.

Full details on each speaker can be found by clicking their name. All talks include a question-and-answer session. The bookshop will be open, and authors will sign books upon request, as much as is practical.

If you hold all-day tickets, or a ticket for the next speaker, there is no need to leave the Riding School.

If you’d like to stay on-site for lunch, please book a lunch ticket in advance, so we know how many guests to prepare for.

THE WEEKEND (click for all-weekend ticket)

SATURDAY 19th MARCH (click for all-day ticket)
10:00–11:15 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Phil Hayes, National Museum of Computing
11:15–12:30 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Joel Greenberg, historian, Gordon Welchman expert
12:30–14:00 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Lunch break
14:00–15:15 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Sir Dermot Turing, Bletchley Park trustee
15:15–16:15 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Sinclair McKay, author, journalist and Bletchley Park expert
16:15–17:00 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Michael Smith, author and Bletchley Park Trust Historical Adviser
17:00–18:30   Questions to Michael Smith, bar open, snacks available
18:30–19:15 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Panel and questions on The Imitation Game with Dermot Turing, Michael Smith, Sinclair McKay, Craig Brown and other guest speakers
19:15–21:00   Further informal questions, socialising, as well as drinks and lovely canapés
SUNDAY 20th MARCH (click for all-day ticket)
10:30–12:00 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Paul Kellar MBE, Bletchley Park Bombe rebuild leader
12:00–13:00 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Stories and memories of Bletchley Park told by Elisa Segrave, author of The Girl from Station X and Margaret Kinmonth, grand-daughter of Admiral Godfrey, Head of Naval Intelligence 1939–1942
13:00–14:30 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Lunch break
14:30–16:00 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Betty Webb MBE and Mary Every, both Bletchley Park veterans, interviewed by Michael Smith
16:00–17:00 OxbofficeTM70_v1 Gordon Corera, BBC Security Correspondent, author
17:00–18:30   General questions for all remaining, farewell drinks and snacks